Cats need exercise to reach optimal health, and a cat leash and harness make walking outdoors with your kitty safe. Cats enjoy being outside. Your feline friend enjoys the sounds of birds, the scent of freshly cut grass and the warmth of the sun on her coat and skin. Physical activity can strengthen the bond between pet parent and cat. Walking outside with your pet stimulates her mind, allowing her to use her brain in different ways. You can use a standard cat leash or could try some of the adjustable cat leashes to get outside with your precious pet. Comfort is the key to your cat enjoying the walk so make sure to you choose from the best cat collars and leashes so your kitty can enjoy the walk. The Paws & Pals Harness comes in a variety of fun colors. The durable cat harness provides maximum comfort for your pet, and control for you. Made from lightweight, breathable padded material, your cat’s comfort is put at the forefront. The adjustable straps help you customize the harness to your cat’s tiny frame. The design reduces neck pressure, keeping your cat comfortable during your daily stroll. The PetSafe Come With Me Kitty Harness & Bungee Cat Leash is made of bungee material, giving your feline enough room to be the naturally curious cat she is. The patented design gently tightens the shoulder straps, retraining movement without putting pressure on your cat’s gentle throat and neck areas. It comes in several colors including pink, purple, blue and red. If you’ve got a fashion forward feline, consider Kitty Holster Cat Harnesses. These lightweight, full-coverage cat harnesses come in unique prints like bandana, tiger print and denim. The award-winning cat vest is easy to put on, but difficult for your cat to break out of. The soft cat harness is made of 100% breathable cotton, and undyed cotton lining great for cats with allergies. They call it a “cat walk” for a reason. Let your fabulous feline show off that walk with a cat harness and leash from Chewy. For other deals on the best cat supplies shop Chewy's online pet store!
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Frequently Asked Questions About Cat Harnesses & Leashes
Do cats like leashes?
Some cats like leashes if they are gradually introduced to them and trained properly. Other cats do not like leashes at all. Start slowly, reward your cat with treats and respect her wishes if she finds walking on a leash too stressful.
How do I train my cat to use a leash?
Train your cat to use a leash gradually. Get your cat used to wearing a harness first, introducing it slowly and leaving it on for short to increasingly longer periods of time as your cat gets acclimated. Treats will help with all stages of the training process. Once your cat is used to wearing the harness, clip on the leash indoors and let her gradually get used to walking with it. You can later repeat the process outdoors, taking great care not to go too fast or put your cat in dangerous situations. Talk to your vet for tips on leash training or look for online videos for additional help.
When should you start leash training a cat?
Start leash training a cat when she is young, if possible, as older cats may be harder to train. You can usually start training kittens on a leash when they are as young as 8 weeks old. Discuss leash training with your vet before you begin and be sure to do everything correctly and safely. Go slow and encourage your cat with praise and treats to reduce stress and increase your chances of success.
What are the best cat leashes?
The best cat leashes are durable and easy to attach to your preferred cat harness. Look for lightweight leashes 4-6 feet in length. You will want a cat leash that is easy to clean, with sturdy hardware for safety and long use. Choose a leash that gives you a good grip and make sure it feels comfortable to hold, as well.